Another G7 summit was recently held in Quebec, Canada. During the summit, PM Justin Trudeau declared that over $3.8 billion was raised to support schooling for girls in developing countries.
Multiple Countries Come Together to Fund Schooling
The Canadian Visa Professionals team of experts is proud to help immigrants who want to work and live in a country that supports people all over the world. However, Canada was not the only government that was involved in the fundraising. The UK, EU, World Bank, Japan, and Germany, along with Canada, partnered to raise the money.
A Coalition of Organizations Help Raise Awareness
Canadian Visa Professionals offers assistance to those who want to work and live in Canada. However, there are educational barriers that may keep women and girls from seeking employment in Canada. The recent fund-raising may help remove these barriers by providing women and girls in poorer countries with the education that they deserve.
A coalition consisting of over 30 organizations raised awareness of the struggle for girls and women to receive a proper education. When Trudeau was announced as the chairman of the summit, this coalition called on him to help support education in poorer countries.
Canadian Visa Professionals would like to point out that Trudeau and the other G7 leaders stepped up and helped raise close to $4 billion for education. The total funds raised surpassed the $1.3 billion suggested by the coalition.
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